Salt Lake City-based hip-hop/reggae band Native Leaves has released their latest single Blow Up featuring Kid Indigo, and it’s a breath of fresh air. This upbeat and lively track is a dynamic listening experience with its head-nodding vocal hook and energetic verses.
“Blow Up is a song that allowed us to visualize the bright future we expect for the band. All while celebrating our recent successes with fans, family, and friends. And what better day to do it than 4.20.” – Native Leaves
On Blow Up, Native Leaves paints a picture of their bright future while celebrating their recent successes with fans, family, and friends. And what better day to do it than 4/20, a date many celebrate as a day of cannabis culture?
The song is a perfect anthem for those who believe in living life to the fullest. All while taking a small dream and growing it into something special.
“When I say blow up, I mean go on, do your f*cking thing./And tear that whole thing up. This one’s all yours, make it what you want./Give ’em all you got.” Native Leaves’ lead singer Lowg Kartchner speaks to the belief and tenacity necessary to realize our dreams in a powerful second verse. With superb instrumentation and unmatched delivery, this message is presented with sonic excellence. Kid Indigo, who has collaborated with Surfaces in the past, adds a harmony-filled third verse. Offering a great change of pace.
In addition to the release, Native Leaves will be hosting their first annual Blow Up Bash at Shades On State in Salt Lake City on 4/20. The event will feature some of the city’s most prominent DJs, legal marijuana sponsors with green card sign-ups. As well as a guest list including some of the most prominent entrepreneurs in the world of entertainment, apparel, and hospitality. With tickets being sold for only $4.20, this is a rare opportunity to experience Native Leaves firsthand.
Native Leaves is a dynamic alternative reggae and hip-hop band based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Influenced by the likes of Tribal Seeds, Chris Brown, Jack Johnson, and more. Native Leaves blends reggae, hip-hop, and blues to create a vibrant and unforgettable sound.
Native Leaves has performed at some of the most prestigious venues in the region. Including shows at Depot (Utah’s Live Nation Venue), The Great Saltair Amphitheater, and Reggae Rise Up Fest in both Utah and Vegas. They have opened for legendary acts like Sean Kingston and Rick Ross. Ultimately cementing their legacy as a true force of nature. These premier appearances have led to Native Leave’s inclusion on Sugarshack Music Channel, where the band was invited to play a live acoustic session in Bonita Springs, FL.
Don’t miss out on the Blow Up BASH hosted by Native Leaves on 4.20 and be sure to stream Blow Up on all major streaming services.